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40 Minutes In The Old Testament

Join Chad Bird and Daniel Emery Price on a weekly 40-minute quest to unearth Christ in the pages of the Old Testament.
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Jul 19, 2024

There is even more evil under the sun. People toil for something to put in their mouths, and it never ends. There is more wisdom found at a funeral than at a feast. Happiness and joy are both good but not the same. And be careful with the good old days. Have a listen.

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Jul 4, 2024

Wickedness is found in places where there should be righteousness and justice. Is man really no different than the beasts of the field? Is it really better to have never been born? And how does the resurrection change everything? Have a listen.

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Jun 5, 2024

Chad and Daniel take some extra time to finish the book of Job. God continues to speak to Job. Job acknowledges that he does not fully understand the wisdom of God. Job retracts his case. God has words for Job’s friends. And Job is restored. Have a listen. 

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May 10, 2024

Elihu continues his speech. He believes Job is both full of wickedness and fully unrepentant. He gives many warnings as he declares that everything happening to Job is just. Elihu concludes his argument by talking about the greatness of God. Have a listen.

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Apr 30, 2024

Elihu continues his argument against Job. He is desperate to be heard but doesn’t say much that is new. Yet while tearing Job down, Elihu unknowingly makes Job sound a lot like Jesus. Have a listen. 

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Apr 20, 2024

Elihu breaks into the conversation and has something to say to everyone. Is Elihu righteous or self-righteous? Is he making any new arguments? He is young and he is definitely upset. Have a listen.

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Mar 27, 2024

Job continues recounting the way he lived his life before calamity struck. Everything has changed and now those who once esteemed him, mock him. After a life of giving aid to others, no one is willing to aid him. And now Job only knows sad songs. Have a listen.

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Feb 19, 2024

Eliphaz finishes his argument and Job responds. Job remains concrete in his position that if God would only hear him, his suffering would come to an end. Some people commit great evil, but Job is not among them. And Job looks and sounds like Jesus. Have a listen.

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Feb 9, 2024

Job continues his response to the empty nothings of his friends. Eliphaz has a strange theology of a God that only looks for people to punish and resorts to slander and lies against Job to make his argument. Have a listen. 

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Feb 1, 2024

Zophar answers Job by repeating the same argument in different words. The theology of Job’s friends is simplistic and can’t do anything with suffering. Job responds by pointing to the obvious fact that wicked people don’t always suffer... they prosper. Have a listen.

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Jan 25, 2024

Job replies to his friends again. How much longer will they torment him with their presence and words? Everyone has abandoned Job and God seems to be against him. Job wants all his words written down. Despite everything, Job knows that his redeemer lives. Have a listen.

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Jan 18, 2024

Job continues his response and asks that the earth not hide his blood. Job waits for God to act toward him in a way that he recognizes. And Bildad replies with the same error-filled argument. Have a listen.

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